San Telmo Fair
in San Telmo
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First reviewed by Mine Hotel Boutique
It opens on Sundays around 10 am, with 270 stands where you can find from antique objects to independent designers things. An amazing flea market that you can't miss.
San Telmo is the most bohemian neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. . On weekends Tango dancers, craftmen and artists gather here to show their talent and craftsmanship. It is also one of the best antiques markets in town. AT Plaza Dorrego people sit and drink Argentina's local beer and enjoy the fresh air. The cobbled-stoned streets and the old buildings make this place unique and a must-see.
More artisan and anttique offerings than you can take in.....and it seems to go on and on and on.
Great area on Sundays for street vendors
It's a bit touristy, but it's totally visually stimulating and worth seeing. Be warned, the outer edge of the market feels very "NY street fair" but when you get closer to the center there are some really rad antiques and trinkets.
Shopping through the neighborhood on Sunday flea market
Where you meet the locals enjoying a Sunday shopping on the streets while watching professional tango dancers.
Touristy yes, crowded yes, but some nice crafts and a great atmosphere. You could lose hours here!